Why Is It So Hard To Make A Good Comedy Sequel?
Making movies is an inherently risky business. You need the perfect alchemy of material, actors, and that ever-elusive “X Factor” to find success on the big screen. So the urge to replicate a previous success seems like a pretty surefire way to hedge your bets. It worked the first time, ergo it will work again. Right? Well, not always.
April 23, 2015 at 06:24AM
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